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Chamber holds membership drive The Tri-Cities Cham- Now is the time to ber of Commerce is try out the Tri-Cities holding a membership Chamber of Commerce. sale until Wednesday, Be a part of the plan- October 1. ning and organization Memberships are for the November 7 one-half price and cov- Chili Cook-Off and Aug- ers all rights and privi- tion and the December leges until December 13 Christmas Parade. 31. Contact the Cham- A business member- ber Office at 1135 4th ship is $25; family mem- Street, Florala, or call bership $12.50; and an 334-858-6252 to have individual membership a membership form is $7.50 during this pe- mailed or e-mail florala- riod. Florala Senior Center Lunch Menus September 24-30 Wednesday, September 24 - tomato juice, vege- table plate: macaroni and cheese, black -eyed peas, collard greens, corn bread, margarine, chocolate chip cookies, milk. Thursday, September 25 - smoked sausage, red beans and rice, country vegetables, fresh fruit, hot dog bun, diced onions, mustard, cherry gelatin, milk. Friday, September 26 - grape juice, spaghetti casserole, green beans, tossed salad/ranch dress- ing, wheat breadstick, margarine, assorted snack cakes/cookies, milk. Monday, September 29- cranberry juice, beef fingers/brown gravy, buttered rice, confetti carrots, whole wheat bread, marga- rine, oats and honey graham cookie, milk. Tuesday, September 30 - blended juice, BBQ rib patty, butter beans, summer vegetables, wheat bread, margarine, oatmeal creme pie, milk. * Complimentary meals for seniors age 60 and over THE FLORALA NEWS - WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2014 PAGE 5 GIRLS STATE representative honored (l-r) Cindy Bass, Lorena Bryant, Joea McNeil, Morgan Stokes, Mary Bass, Christine Wilson, Joyce Matthews, and Dorothy James. FHS Girls State delegate honored by Lorena Bryant Morgan Stokes was chosen as a delegate to at- tend the Girls State session, held recently at the University of Alabama. She was co-sponsored by J. Powell American Legion Auxiliary Unit #304, Florala, Alabama. The Girls State program is a one week leader- ship action program in which qualified students are selected to take part in a practical experience in government. Morgan a senior at Florala High where she has acquired many honors and is in- volved with several or- ganizations. Our auxiliary unit in honored to have a stu- dent of this distinction to represent us. Mor- gan indicated feeling slightly nervous about meeting students from larger high schools with a broader band of expe- riences. However, our students from this com- munity have always measured up. We ap- plaud the parents, edu- cators, and the entire community for their ef- This Week's Recipe SEASONED RESTAURANT FRIES Coat the floured French fries evenly in the batter and fry in small portions at a time in the 385F oil. Turn fries once to brown evenly. Thank You Remove with tongs to drain on paper towel lined plate. Serve at once. The batter mixture can be repeated as needed to coat the frozen fries. BATTER: 1 cup boxed pancake mix 2 cups club soda SEASONING: 1/2 teaspoon black pep- per 1/2 teaspoon paprika 1/4 teaspoon dry mustard 2 tablespoons seasoned salt POTATOES: 1 bag frozen plain French fries (do not thaw) plain flour BATTER: Prepare 'pancake batter us- ing club soda; set aside. SEASONING: Combine seasoning mix- ture and store in a tightly covered container. Allow 1 tsp seasoning for each cup of prepared bat- ter. POTATOES: Without thawing, open bag of fries and dust them lightly but evenly in flour, letting them dry on waxed paper lined cookie sheet for a few minutes. Heat oil at least 2-inches deep in an electric frying pan to 385 degrees F. I'm very grateful to all who came to my birthday celebration on Saturday, September 13, 2014. It was amazing to see so many family members and friends. Thank you for coming and thank you all for your gifts. Mildred Cooper Teague forts in supporting our student to inspire them to become the best they can be in any situation. It is unfortunate that the auxiliary unit is allowed to send only one delegate, for the criteria to partici- pate is based on the number of student enrolled in the high school. Several very qualified candidates were interviewed, which allowed the members of the committee to observe the eminence of students we have in our community. 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